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If you are looking for pages of vehicles, and a volume approach, we are probably not for you.  Focusing only on premium collectable vehicles of significance, we pride ourselves in taking the time to know each vehicle you see here. That means knowing the example that it is, its ownership history, and everything associated. All of our vehicles are sourced from our current rolodex/client base. We do not purchase vehicles "with excuses" meaning with reject vehicles with poor back stories, we do not buy vehicles from auctions, or wholesale outlets. In most all cases we have been the servicer of the vehicle, and in every case we have physically inspected the vehicle from top to bottom.  With four decades of experience in the collectable, exotic, and luxury vehicles this makes us the experienced and knowledgable choice when choosing your next special vehicle.  -ÄH

2023 Maserati MC-20                                      $229,900

With a carbon-fiber structure, a hellacious 621-hp twin-turbo V-6, and neck-wrenching cornering power, the 2023 Maserati MC20 is an exotic street car that smacks you in the face with a race-car driving experience. Its slinky Italian-esque supercar shape and butterfly-style doors have passers-by staring at it just like they do at Ferraris and Lamborghinis. The new Cielo spyder allows for open-air cruising—and being seen—at the touch of a button. Like many a supercar, though, the MC20 comes with its own specific set of drawbacks. While its suspension is compliant enough for the occasional road trip, the car’s cargo capacity is minuscule; you’ll need your administrative assistant to follow you with your luggage. Maserati also offers virtually no driver-assistance features on the MC20; there’s no adaptive cruise control or lane-keeping assist. So be it. From the view out the windshield to its cacophony of wild engine sounds to its butt-kicking performance, the MC20 is made for hard-core enthusiast drivers with the money to indulge themselves in a car with overwhelming character.The MC20 Coupé and Cielo are both powered by a twin-turbocharged V-6 engine that pumps out 621 hp. 

Called Nettuno, the engine utilizes a unique twin-combustion system borrowed from Formula 1 race cars and is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.  Its 207.6 horsepower per liter makes it more power-dense than any engine from other high-end supercar makers like Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, or Porsche. This particular local single owner example has clocked just 1,306 miles since purchase new from International Auto's in Milwaukee, WI. Tastefully specified in Two-Layer Grigio Mistero exterior, with Nero/Grigio interior this MC-20 has been equipped with High Premium Sound System, Upgraded Leather, and alcanterra with stitched tridents, 20" Birdcage Glossy Black Wheels, and Heated front seats. Original MSRP was $246.395, before benefitting for the installation of Paint protection film from the A-pillars forward, as well as a complete ceramic coating of the full interior, and exterior surfaces.  Contact us today with any questions or to schedule a time to visit.

1991 Land Rover D-90 LS3 swap                   $184,900

The Land Rover Defender initially introduced as the Land Rover 110, and in 1984 joined by the Land Rover 90. The original Land Rover series which was launched at the Amsterdam Motor Show in April 1948. The 'Land Rover' became the name of a broader marque, and thus no longer worked as the name of a specific model; thus in 1990 Land Rover renamed the 90 and 110 as Defender 90 and Defender 110 respectively. The vehicle, a British equivalent of the Second World War derived (Willys) Jeep, gained a worldwide reputation for ruggedness and versatility. Using a steel ladder chassis and and aluminum alloy bodywork, the Land Rover originally used detuned versions of Rover engines.Though the Defender was not a new generation design, it incorporated significant changes, compared to the series Land Rovers, such as adopting coil springs front and rear, as opposed to all leaf springs on the previous; except for retaining rear leaf springs on high capacity payload models. Coil springs offered both better ride quality and improved axle articulation. Adding a lockable centre differential to the transfer case gave the Defender permanent (on-road) four-wheel-drive capability. 

Both changes were derived from the Range Rover, and the interiors were also modernized. Throw all that basic knowledge out the window, because this example is something more to behold.  This Dove gray D-90 has benefitted from a Super Clean brand new complete frame off restoration, So new in fact you could eat off the underside. Although not recommended.  At the heart it's powered by a brand new crate LS3, mated an automatic transmission for incredible reliability and comfort.  The beautiful custom stitched mocha leather and tweed carpets look and feel very luxurious.  Other modern conveniences are air conditioning, professional discretely installed bluetooth audio. We just love the optics of this one, down to the vintage tip of the hat, with the body colored steel wheels, wrapped in All terrain rubber vs some kind of 20" alloy.  She is tasteful, while having all the grunt and power you want.  

1934 Ford 5 window hot rod.                         $54,900

 The term 1932 Ford may refer to three models of automobile produced by Ford Motors between 1932 and 1934: the Model B, the Model 18, and the Model 40. These succeeded the Model A. The Model B had an updated four-cylinder engine and was available from 1932 to 1934. The V8 was available in the Model 18 in 1932, and in the Model 40 in 1933 & 1934. The 18 was the first Ford fitted with the flathead V-8. Rather than just updating the Model A, Ford launched a completely new vehicle for 1932. The V8 was marketed as the Model 18 in its initial year, but was commonly known as the Ford V‑8. It had the new flathead V8 engine. The Model 18 was the first low-priced, mass-marketed car to have a V8 engine, an important milestone in the American automotive industry. The 221 cu in flat head (3.6 L) V8 was rated at 65 horsepower (48 kW; 66 PS), but power increased significantly with improvements to the carburetor and ignition in succeeding years. The V8 was more popular than the four-cylinder, which was essentially a variant of the Model A engine with improvements to balancing and lubrication. Model B was derived with as few technical changes as possible to keep cost low. 

Other than the engine, and badging on headlamp support bar (later: grille) and hub caps, it was virtually indistinguishable from the V-8.​  This cool Root Beer colored 5 window is an older complete restoration has been part of a local private collection for many years.  Unlike many early Fords of this ilk this is a completely metal example. Not a fiberglass kit. No rust present anywhere on this car. It has some fun older hot rod elements like sculpted quarter glass, 80's like interior (albeit in nice shape). The suspension/drive train retains original leaf spring style setup, as well as the three speed manual, and rear differential.  The flat head V8 has been removed and completely gone through and dressed in pure hot chrome fashion with a lot of body color details. Some older printer photos of the engine out are available for review. She starts, runs, and drives, and stops great! I wouldn't hesitate to drive this 34 anywhere.  Click below to request more information.

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